The Llano News (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 67, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 6, 1956 Page: 2 of 10
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THE LLANO NEWS
latered la tk# Llano Post Offlca
u aacond claas mall mattar un-
dar tha Act ot Congress of 1878.
Published Every Thursday at
JOHN W. CARDWELL, Publisher
IiJBOCRIPTIONO IN ADVANCE
In Llano and surrounding counties
One Year _ 88.00
Elsewhere In Taxaa
One Year _ 88.50
Out of State of Texas
Obituaries and Resolutions of Ke-
•pact churged at regular advertl*
r 0 R SALE
1 .One 850 acre goat ranch and
one 950 acre goat ranch In
2. One 850 acre goat raneh In
GOATS ARE GOOD MONEY
8. I also have listings In Llano
For Information call or see
... Society and Clubs...
Attend S. A. Market
Mrs. Ethel Hardin, Llano Dress
Shop, and Mrs. Ida Buttery of
Watkins Mercantile Co. were In
San Antonio Sept. 13 to preview
fall fashions and othe mrechan-
dUe for the eomlng season during
the Chamber of (’onimeree-apon-
sored apparel market at the Gun-
ter Motel and local wholesale
Approximately 300 San An-
tonio and South Texus retailers at-
loaded the three-day event to
place orders with more than 120
representatives of nationally ad- ’
Miss Clytle lleyen of San An-
tonio spent the weekend with her
father, W. <1. lleyen, and Mr. and |
Mrs James Tillers.
King Family Reunion Held
Saturday At Valley Spring
Mis. Ernest Bleacher has en-
rolled for training us a vocational
nurse at a Burnet hospital.
By Mrs. B. L. Grsehow
The Elmo King family met Sat-
urday and Sunday for a family gat-
The acene of this meeting was
one-fourth mile north of Valley
Spring on the Alton Hillman place,
beneat^he shade of a beautiful
|pove of tree* by the side of a
bubbling spring, where a barbecue
dinner was served for those pre-
sent for the two-day affair.
This was the first reunion held*
by the King family. One daughter.
Mrs. Orady Chew, and her family
of San Antonio, were unable to
Those attending were:
Mir. an^ Mrs. Wilton King of (
Miss Helen Hartman left last
weekend for Killeen, where she
will teach In the Junior high
Alice; Oene Kin# and Mr*. Har-
vey ReAnn and chUdran of Loaa-
paaaa; Mr. and Mrs. J. 7. King
and daughters Lola and Joyce of
Llano; Mrs. Margaret Conner and
Mr. and Mr*. BUUa Phelps of Lam-
pasas. Mrs. Beulah Barclay of
Valley Spring was present for a
short while Saturday afternoon.
Also present were the hoet sad
hostess. Mr. and Mra. Elmo King.
LIOON RETURNS TO NEW YORK
Walter Jay Llgtm ban Ml Unas
for Garden City, Haw York, In be-
gin bis seeoad year on tbs fursltj
of tha junior high school where bn
Ha and bln mother Mrs. Mtaato
Balia Ligoa. recently returned
from a seven-weeks tour of the
northern and western states.
Guests la tha borne of Mr.
Mr*. Ray Smith over the
were Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Baker
and daughter of Tamp*sea. Hr.
and Mrs. Dub Meeks and non of
Port Lavaca, and Dr. and Mra. W.
J. Whltacr* of 8tepheaTllle.
THE LLANO NEWS
Thursday, September 6, 1966
WE RE MARKETING H06S IR
V/t MONTHS LESS
THAN II. S. AVERAGE
Ask For Estimate ——_
“Everything to Build Anything”
TV & Radio
30 3 1 litkory
Mias Marion David Childers
Mr and Mrs. L. L. Tolley spent
the weekend In San Angelo with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Tal-
Miss Marion David Childers
Mr. and Mrs. King Paul Child-
ers of Crowley, la»., have announc-
ed the engagement and approach-
ing marriage of their daughter,
Marlon David to Noel Paulk, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Paulk of Crowley
The wedding will he solemnised
Saturday, October 13, ut St. Mich-
ael's Catholic Church In Crowley.
field of IJuno. The bride-elect's
mother Is the former Louise By-
fleld of Llano.
The bride-elect Is the grand-
daughter of Mrs. Raymond By-
FAMILY VI8ITS LEVERETTS
Mr and Mrs. Victor Pritchett and
children, Danny and I.ana Sue of
Houston visited Mrs. Pritchett’s
Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen U>ve-
rett over theweekond.Mr.Prltchett
has recently been appointed Vice
President and General Manager of
the Houston Ihiu!I Texas Company.
Mrs. Harry Panins Is at homo af-
ter visiting her daughter, Mr. und
Mrs Al K)>vans anil dlaughtor,
Linda In Long Island for two
months, then on to Milam, Tenn.
where she visited her son, Decker
Paulas for three weeks.
Mrs. Ida Buttery spent the past
weekend visiting relatives In
Sweetwater and Roscoe.
Johnie Beth Norris of Austin
spent the weekend with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Krford Norris.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Templeton
Speck of 1405 Wildwood Circle,
Dullas, Texas were In Llano last
weekend Their parents. Mr. and j
Mrs. El O. Speck Accompanied!
! them home for a week’s visit.
Mrs. Lloyd D. Gary and child-
ren, Dane and Elizabeth, have left
for French Morroco after visiting
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Gantham In Llano. They will Join
Lt. Gary who Is serving with the
Intelligence Service of the armed
Sidney Grantham of Tuscaloosa,
Alabama, Is also visiting his par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gran-
tham. He Is employed with the
Goodrich Tiro Company.
Another son of the Granthams,
Hubert, a former Llano high school
football star, Is again coaching
football at Greenville, Alabama
high school where his team won
every game lust year.
The Purina Program has been built on knowledge gained
from raising 3-1,000 hogs. Many, many hog men, like the
Purina Research Farm, are getting hogs to market in 5-
iYi months. U.S. Average: 8 months to market a 210 lb.
hog. Think of w hat that extra time costs!
Bring in a load of your grain. We ll mix it with Purina
Hog Chow to make a Check-R-Mix ration that has done
the job for thousands of hog men the country over. You
pay only for Micro-Mixed Hog Chow, grinding and
mixing. Take home a load and.watch your hogs GROW!
It's easy to get started on the Purina Hog Program, the
best way we know to HURRY A HOG TO MARKET. Ask
about it when you bring your grain.
FEED AND SUPPLY
Groceries, Meats, Feeds
Phone72 Llano, Texas \ ^
Sept. 7, 8 & 10
Peas, Green Gianl, .303 can, 2 for
Corn, Niblel, 12 oz. can, 2 cans
Wolf Chili, No. 2 can, 2 for
Grapefruit Juice, Texsun, 46 oz., 4 cans 95c
Eagle Brand Milk
Sugar Crisp, 6 oz. pkg, 2 for
Skinners Raisin Bran 17c
Toilet Tissue, Charmin, 4 rolls
Joy, Reg. Size cans
Cheer, Lg. size
Lavoris Mouth Wash, 9 oz. bottle and
6 oz. Crystal Cabinet bottle free,
Helene Curtis Shampoo plus Egg, 16 oz.
$1.69 size for
Tea, Upton, !4 lb. pkg.
j3fj *#--• • 5 ____
Coffee, Instant Maxwell House, 6 oz.
Crisco, 3 lb. can
Flour, Bewley Best, 25 lbs,
with 1 bath towel free
$1.35 Bananas, the best, lb.
Peaches, very nice, lb.
Milk, Pet, 2 large or 4 small cans
Pineapple Juice, Libby, 46 oz.
Tomatoes, per lb.
Dog Food, Ken-L-Ration, 21 lb. cans
Vienna Sausage, Armours, 2 for
Salad Dressing, Mortons, Quart
Sugar, Imperial, 10 lbs.
Lemonade, Snow Crop, Frozen, ( oz., 2 for 27c
Fish Sticks, ‘Fresher', frozen, 8 oz.
Strawberries, ‘Sun Country,’ Frozen, 10 oz. 19c
Pork & Beans, Un. Wiliams, No. 2 can, 3 for 31c
Apple Sauce, Mussehnan, 303 can, 2 for
Bacon, Matchless, sliced, 1 lb,
Khaki Pants, 8V2 oz. Army TwiH
Lemons, Calf. lb.
Cheese, Wisconsin Longhorn, lb.
Seven Steak, lb.
Eggs, fresh, per dozen
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The Llano News (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 67, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 6, 1956, newspaper, September 6, 1956; Llano, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth817842/m1/2/: accessed March 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Llano County Public Library.